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Author: Caleb SC

Human Rights Champion Mike Auret Dies

Mike Auret, the long-serving chairman of Zimbabwe’s Justice & Peace Commission, parliamentarian and outspoken opponent of President Robert Mugabe, died on April 10, Good Friday, in Ireland. He was 83. Mr Auret led J&P...

First Communions at Brescia House!

Pupils at Brescia House School in Bryanston, Johannesburg, received their First Communion at the church of the Resurrection in Bryanston. Parish priest Fr Keith Gordon-Davis is seen with the new First Communicants. More Stories:...

RCIA on Retreat in East London

The RCIA group of Immaculate Conception parish in East London went on retreat to the Pallotti Farm Centre. The focus of the weekend retreat was discipleship. (Submitted by Sr Agnes Kreuzberg OP) More Stories:...

Jesuit Theologian Publishes New Lenten Reflections Book

A popular theologian has released a book of Lenten reflections with a special focus on the ecology. In God’s Universe, Our Responsibility: 40 Days of Ecological Reflections, Jesuit Father Anthony Egan offers meditations and...

Bishop Sipuka: Why We Need a New Pastoral Plan

New cultural and social contexts no longer “serve the living and the propagation of faith”—which is why the new Pastoral Plan launched by the bishops is so important, according to the president of the...

Retreat Focuses on the Mystery of Creation

An intergenerational retreat was held for parishioners and confirmation candidates of St Peter’s parish in Strand, near cape Town, on the theme “The Mystery of God’s Creation”. The retreat was facilitated by Dominican Sister...